RobbyCobalt Posted July 5, 2014 Share Posted July 5, 2014 I'm just gonna start by saying that I really love the recent update to Paint.net! The whole thing is a lot easier to use and everything just flows a lot nicer now, and that's really helpful in so many ways! (Especially the Paint Bucket; a lot easier to use) One thing I've noticed though is that the Paintbrush tool seems to draw a bit lighter than it used to. Here's the scenario, when I'm drawing using Paint.net, I prefer to use the paintbrush tool set to black with a brush width of 1, zoomed in to 200% for a bit more accuracy and so it doesn't look as jagged. It made for a simple line-art thing that I grew comfortable using. Before the update, when I was drawing in black, the lines were black. If it was zoomed in, there might be some dark-grey from the tool dispersing the colour over two-or-more pixels, but in all the line was ostensibly black. (Or at least very dark) Now however, if I'm zoomed in past 100%, the lines come out a lighter shade of grey. While it's not really a problem, I prefer to have darker lines when I draw because I like to colour with greyscale colours and dark lines tend to work a lot better; the lighter lines tend to blend with whatever shade of grey I'd be colouring with. It's especially frustrating when the colour I want to fill with is the same as the line. I'm not sure if this is something that's only happening to me or not as I can't seem to find any information regarding this. I'm not entirely sure if it's a new setting that I don't know about or haven't experimented with yet or if it's just the way things are now or if it's just a glitch or something like that. Regardless, I would prefer it to be darker and was wondering if there's a way to make it so. In short; Is there any way to have darker lines with the Paintbrush tool? 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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